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FOR FORANEW A NEfJORT NE FORT HAMILTON HAMILTQlA
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Ihn th HtimHtm ftoo Arr ftr rr In A APlans All AllWOCf Allt
t WOCf 1ioutf ftf ettId trt Prm om IIIptH IIIptHPIAn ptii ptiiPAn
Plans hAve iay Jiwt JIIII been filed wILl His tli Wn WnIopnrtm WAlJoJIRrtmpnt SYAr SYAr1opnrtmnt
Iopnrtm lJoJIRrtmpnt > nt for rooongtruotlnj Fort Haml HamlIon 1I01IIUton IfamUon
Ion on Into tho flnwt military po OIIt t In the Unlto UnltoHtaw UnllodAlAltIII Vflh4X1Htgt
Htaw Htgt It not no In Ui tiit world And nd arm armmen armInlm army armytnrn
men my 110 that thttlf if wnr r a jot w t nowlod l to h hrpocnstmctwl ho hor
rpocnstmctwl r It h Vail Hamilton Koep Koeplot Flollptlot xoip xoipfor
lot IU fortlflcatloM which hloh or Me about n nstrong i iationg
strong 1110111 as ft the thy well can b tJe Fort Hamlltor HamlltorIn
In the tcrnacutar of otth tho th army to IIIthd I 1thd lh J rotten rotteti rotleneed rotteneeL
ed i post In Uio country countrySy counlJD1 countryIly
Sy that thll It t U lIImOlnt meant th that t It U unsanlUr unsanlUrIn
In tpotx nnd Rndplnot plaow i hat IM lta building ar arold Are Areold areold
old and out of date that the rcworvatlo rcworvatloIn n nIII
In q nowhere near largo enough onmlRhand and that tholh thl1the thathe
lh he reservadons whole hole scheme ought ti tibe to tobe tobe
be changed ohan d But more than all hlu thIi It It I IAid i iuJdVort Iiu1d
Aid uJdVort Fort llamlllon needs and need badly badlylo bBdJ
lo k bo protected from the theprlnR prying eyes o oforelrfn at attorelgn ofr
r foreign military agent agentIf ARonlilIt agnntiIf
If tho plans for reconstructing recon truotinlC the post postprepared POIItreparro postprepared
prepared by or under tho direction of Col Coldcorgo ColOoorgo Cotanorgo
dcorgo O Irtunough of tho Artillery Corps Corpscommandant Corpllcommandant Corpscommandant
commandant of the th post ftro m adopted am amCongress and andCODgreM
2 Congress votos tho nooowary nOO r1 Appropri nppropriitlon Appropriation appropriI
itlon the military agents of foreign Fowore FoworeTill Poworewill
I Till 11 b be quite weloomo to all tho Informationthey Information Intormatlonthoy Informationthey
they can get about tho Fort Hamilton HamiltonfortiacatloiM HamiltonfortlQcatloM Hamiltonfortifications
fortifications and tho post will become becomeIt b b como
i It l Iibllavodamodol believed a model modoltor for thearmlos tho ArmlOll of tho thoworld thoworld thewoild
world worldRecent worldRecent woildRent
Recent events o nt8 in ri tho Far East have set sethe Mtth sett setthe
th the he War Department Depar mont thinking tlili king very seriously seriouslyabout eerioue11about seriouslyabout
about Fort Hamilton and the attention attentionof
t of the next Congress will bo called in a avery ary avery
very ry pointed tray to tho needs ok oftho I tho he post posto postOfflcersin
0 moofllin fflcers in the Artillery Corps Corpllaro ore especially especiallyaniloua e eepeclnilyanxious pocIDllyanlioUt
anxious that the reconstruction recon trocUon shall begin beginas beginOil
as soon as possible possibleThey poSlllbleThey poasibleThey
They point polntto to tho fact that while the theworld theworld thiworld
world know nothing of what hat was going colnjion
on In the Island Empire of the eastern seas seasJapan soasJapan seasJapan
Japan was preparing for war with Russia Russianot RUMIanot flusslanot
not in a general way but with tho most moslcareful mostmreful mostcareful
careful attention attentlonto to tho t o smallest 1IIII0 eet detail detailWhen dotaUWhen detailWben
When tho tinio came ehewos ready readyTbero readyThero readyThero
Thero are two important defects in Fort FortHamilton FortIlornllton Forthamilton
Hamilton The Tboresorvatlofl reservation ie e Tatlon which coven covenabout COV6l1labout coversabout
about one hundred and fifty acres Is too tooiraall toomall tooirnall
mall and thr thbulldlngs buildings are old and out of ofdate ofdate ofdate
date It is these e two defects defe ta that Col ColDreenoughs ColGreenoughs CotJ
J Dreenoughs plans are intended to remedy remedyThe remedyfhe remedyThe
The plans have ha the value of having been beenprepared beenprepared beenprepared
prepared by or under the direction of ofnot ofnot ofnot
not only an expert artilleryman but a atrained atralnerl atrained
trained architect Col Greenough Is one oneof oneof oneU
of the few roea meI in the array who is on artist artistas
as well as a soldier He draws and paints paintsIn pantaIn
In oils andwator and wa water colors and entirely for his hisown hisown hisown
own pleasure plCU ure he took a special course courseIn courseIn
In architecture architectureCol architecturCol
Col Oreenoughs fellow officers om ra say saythey aaythey saythey
they have norer been able to quite make makeo
o ut wnether In his playtime this grizzled grizzledveteran grl7zledoteran grizzledveteran
veteran of two wars gets more fun out of ofpainting ofpainting ofpainting
painting a picture shoeingahorto shoeing a hol8o or work workIng workIng workIng
Ing out the details de detal all Is of some new electrical electricalor
or other invention He is about as goodlhey good goodthev ood oodthor
thor say at one as the other Yet he heIIlth is isrlth
with all his attainments still a bachelor bachelorThe bachelorThe bachelorThe
The Fort Hamilton reservation is gen generally genrallY geeralJy ¬
t rallY speaking speakngbounded bounded on the north by byHamilton byKamilton byIIsznilton
Hamilton avenue on n the south by Dyker DykerVIeadow DykerUeadow Dykerleadow
VIeadow Park and a bit of the Narrows Narrowsin Narrowsjn
in n the east by a thoroughfare known as asWarehouse 5IVareh asWaxehniso
Warehouse IVareh WlO avenue ae 1ue and on the west by bythe
Jlhe the Narrows The reservation fronts on onHamilton onH onHmilton
Hamilton H llton avenue avenuealongwhlchare along which ore the quar quarters quarers quarers ¬
ers of the chief officers and the main mainmtrance matnmban mainmtrance
mtrance mban is opposite 101st 10l t street e South SouthBrooklyn SoulhBrooklyn SouthBrooklyn
Brooklyn BrooklynThis BrooklynThl BrooklynThis
This space covering as has been stated statedibout statedLbout statedibout
ibout 150 acres can accommodate a a force of offflcers offficelll ofmrs
> fflcers and men barely large enough to toio toto
io the routine work of the poet It is de dellred d dlired deirod
llred to extend the reservation straight straightsut etra1ithtut
I
sut ut to Ninetysecond Nlnet ti COnd street and south soutidar soutidarmough far farnough ar arnougb
nough to take in Dyker Meadow Park PorkThis Parkrhis ParkL
L This would enlarge tho reservation to about aboutWith
100 acres acresWith acresWith
With this addition Fort Hamilton could couldoe
oe made not only a modal fortification fortificationout
out ut also a great public park parlefor for practi practiUy pracUaUy ractI ractIaIly
aUy Uy all the reservation aUon would be thrown thrownpen throwntpen uirownpen
> pen to the public except thafport that part whore whoref wherel1e
l1e defenOO8 are With the acquirement acquirementtf
tf > f the necessary land it is is proposed to toloutb tor toeait1Ke
r movo eait1Ke all of be officers quarters alOJlI alOJlIHamilton ong
Hamilton tiamilton avenue and for nearly 200 feet leet10Uth feetioutli
loutb of the avenue and where the quarters quarterstow quartersaow quarterstow
tow are to lay layout out between 101st street streetind streetand streetmd
and Marine MarineaTenue avenue a agllrdentllledwlth agllrdentllledwlthIhrobbery garden flllo fthlowlth fthlowlthihrubborv < rwlth rwlthIhrubbory
Ihrubbory and flowere In the centre oontreof oontreofIhls of ofthis ofihit
this garden between Ninetyninth and andlOOth and1000h and100th
lOOth streets it Is proposed pp 5jJ to build the theband theoand theband
band stand which shall face the great greatMrade greatrRde greatparade
Mrade parade about 800 foot wide wi and n n d nearly nearlyind nearlyIGOO
IGOO feet long dlrectlyback directly back of the garden ftamenLnd gardenIi4
ind extending from Ninetyfifth to 101st 101stitreet 10JlltIllflOt 101stItreet
itreetIt itreet IllflOtIt ItreetIt
It I 111 proposed to tolay lay lar out a broad drive driveirqund driVfJund driveuund
irqund und this thiiqundrangle quadrangle a to that whatever whateverMilitary whatcvernliitAry whatevertiiztary
Military show may be taking place there therenay theret1ay therek
k nay i be seen from all sides sidesAround fldetiA ideeAround
Around A the eastern and nd stem w sides sidesif Ild ll llr
if r the parado officers quarters according accordingo acc rdlng rdlngthe
j o th the plans panswiUbe win be ebuilti built At the south southres eouthIftI8 southw
res w urn corner of the parado it is proposed proposedurert ro roI
4 > urert the theaim1qlstratlon administration bnlldine build n and andit andIt
it the flcutheastem corner the postlibrary postlibraryImmediately postiibmryi
i Immediately back or south of the parade paradet
t is proponed to tobulldhthe build the barracks b rraeks for forih forhe forthe
ih he men adjoining which on the north northat northIUt northgait
gait menii wi will 00 the tb guardhouse Rrdhouilo and next to toIhat tohat
hat at on th the northeast the quartermasters quartermasterslepot quartermasterlepet miartermastors miartermastorslapeL
lapeL and the corral Back of th the main mainbarracks mainlTaoks maintrracks
barracks will be another buck ofthat of that the thefold thelold theIski
fold artillery stable and and ati gurt gurtAhcd shed and andiway andawaY andsay
awaY to the south akin of the theTe enaUonInd reservation reservationtnd
tnd east of ofthe the defences taking lnglD in a part parttelyto partIf
If Dyker loINdcnr adow Parlrthe Park the plansahow a aInebg ane
Inebg ne jfd dril1lJOU ground torthefleJdarUIIry torthefleJdarUIIryf for the urud artillery artillerytel
editelJNO tel telyto to U tb LheastofBattery 8 east of Battery Batt Jy Harvey Horvoyrown lIarveyrown Harveyand
f rown and andirithllreuyreach trithin easy reach of the other otherBatteries otheratterlea otheratteriee
Batteries will be the ordnance oronan e shops shopsThe shopeThe shopsThe
The post hospital bo which Isnow on Hom HomIton HRmtCon ITamlion
lion avenue so omucl1 much too small that dur durbg durbg durbg
bg the Spanish war six wooden buildings buildingslanding build buildingstendIng Ings Ingstanding
landing on the around und and therefore thereforeknhealtEful tbereloreh1h thereforeinhealthfuk
h1h inhealthfuk knhealtEful lthful for foroU well folk to say nothing nothingrill
If f IDvalldshad tQbe to be put up to Rccommo Rccommolate accommolate
late the sick Rnct ouDded will adjoin ad4n the thehaln th thham
haln ham barracks on ° the southwest Thcre ore It Ittill Itpill
rill be necur nearth the th quarters of the soldiers soldiersmd oldieillmet soldierstad
md IUfficIMUynear sulflcientiy ufflci itlynear near the quarters of the thoMeen theIftI thei
i Meen whomay wh whrnahave maThav havei to be sent there thereThe thereTh thereThese
The Th These M are Bomflpf 8011Ie f the buildings pro proIded prowed mOoC
C wed for In the proposed plans They TheyHU Theyrill
HU all be otbriek btick and stone and ILIId fitted withVery wItnt wItnvery with withivery
Very modern mad lQ appliance for comfort and andw nndor andbr
t or w health In designing d08lgnln the barracks for forha torbe forz
ha men Cot Qreenouoh altl nou I laid himself out outIn 011tn outIn
z
In n old campaigner cam lgner himself h If ho believes believeshat believOllbat believosbat
bat there is nothing much too good for tho thonen thonen theflee
nen behind the guns suneHIs His plan for tho thoMlldlng thoRlUding thomilding
Mlldlng call ot U for a structure stnctr five fve stories utoriosligh torlOllIle
i ugh from basement bmont to t roof Every Everymom Ever Everyborn
mom Ile nm is light ut and every sleepIng room rm Is Isdry i isdry
dry and well n a ventilated vntt In the halls hallsmmedlately hl hallsmmedlats3
mmedlately m mmedlats3 a lty off of the dormitories dontorle dormltoriesare are bath bathpoms balhlom batliorns
poms iorns and closets olot each eh bath room rm being bing beingtted j
Itted lom ti with wtha wltha a shower showerbush shoe showerLach
bush 1h dormitory dortor has hmrago ba a agood good sized siz closet closetf olot olott
f wardrobe opening 6ttlt Then there is a athe a3h ae
bft
t TD t
waz e 10 ioungfng g png rm room or amument amusement bal hail
tthe 3h the t e men m When whn off o duty dur hugo lgo enough enoughbe enoulh
o
1 o be used for a drill drll room rm in bad b eaci weather weatberhere weor weorre weatherTo
here re u oro Qal aroalso also smaller smaler loungingrooms lounging rooms on onvery onIr onvary
Ir very floor foor and there Le U I loungnlrr a gymnasium gymnaBlumr gDIu gymnasiumAway
r Away Awa In the northeast noheltomu northeaaCcorear corner of the re reoastrucUd r reionitructedpost
f luU ionitructedpost oastrucUd pott it I ia I proposed to t lay ly out oula oulalarge ut a alampiac ap
lampiac croucd Ian 1 pp enough ub to tol toacoommo toacoommoor aooommo aooommolate
late la a regtroent p t or more mor of citizen ctin soldiery solde soldierywho
who ho aaay s ay b seat to t Fort For Hamilton HatDtor for in initrueUoB mlo inrueton
itrueUoB lo Cot C e Orenouh Qu ia thoroughly thoroughlyn th y yn
n sympathy with allNaUonel aN Guard Gu organ organutloea organ5aUL
utloea u10 for fo wt be realizes that the volunteer volunteerRldiera vlunter vlunterIl volunteermldis orp
Rldiera Il et the country countrymust r must mU be b the th nations nationsBoat riaUbnsso Di DiO
t Ot 1
we Boat so O quasfoua ueeta a l lt d doe defender feBder when wh defaadan defaadanJut dfe defeadeswe
< Jut r t hiTiraaU ne wants tb t mtan militiamen thoroughly thoroughlyjftined thoroughlyk4t
1 k4t jftined ad b rt I th the art of war wa That Tt tray training tnnc
PL bMt b e KB W e obtained a o Cot Cl Oreenongb OrDou h b bdew be belevee
levee IT 0 dew oe SU former n Secretary St of of o War WarT Wa Warby
by T working tb t U Brgulora and th thwB t the thetMr
f WOkl Bg a
wB ito tr otJ or AtproMattharalant AtproMattharalantnrnougb t tMr It Itron Isnt Isntton
nrnougb at Fort Hamilton HaitoD ton for oven oventtpnth 0 0tF oth
ron ttpnth t th Artillery Aer Regiment BRmet of Brk Brki Brook
tF rthe i Bt the to pott t tfcrsWrmoflnatwo for fo a term tr ol o inttruo ro
1 a
lion lo Allthl AIIthl will wi tJ be MI provided proflde for If I H Hnnw the thefm thenew
new plan RO ao through throughIt throl I IU
fm It hi believed Vnnity bynruty YRrlt1 mm f Uiat dIl thett1io Uio 110 grrn grrnout Irrt Irrte greftt grefttiist
out e city clt11n I In 1Yd thin country n Md U Mtlnl b w ooond onii I Ithn II in inthe
the thl wotM 1oll should IIIUld thl Junt burn hi the tll twit hl t Inatoa InatoaIf Inltoll insteaI insteaIof
of about 111 the worst ot 4r1111t army In tlO thO worll wotkt wotktIf
If these plan w Ore to bo approved and It Ittuceuwnry IhlOIUY the thetIecsf1ry
I thf plah ae b Appro AOt
tuceuwnry money I I is appropriated IJproprf II IINBW UHr the thelfrw
lOIUY NBW Hr York Yfk Congmw C Cmgn delegation dIAUo M 1 well 1 i itlio as astim
tim tl New NI York Y k < Htofll Senators roi lom mu mUlt must t ale ltup It up nn nnI end endtake
take notk They must II speald up In meet meetleg
141 leg And notc pkri Tb l to foe Cholt mu C111 cif fits well I t M 101 101the
the nrmy plt and sod If I its lilghMt 1I11e efficiency efficiencyArmy tmolll emclencyArmy
I tln Army Ar officers point Jllnt out for Jn instsnoe instsnoethat It4nl Mno Mnothat
that Ar away I 000111 tip tP amonir lmo the I marble fitiarrl fitiarrlKOuin fuArrl fuArrlot quarries quarries0V
ot Verot Vermont VnlNI United HItf RtAtor Fenator1teQtor Fenator1teQtoralmost Jr < tol
almost alone And Innil tnnliesi hi Pies at or orUI1 ort ortAllen
KOuin IOt Allen Io given nt to the army ono e of I Iniwt Its ItsfThst
UI1 rny ohl
niwt nlt po posts AlI t It I Jlnn l II hi Buoying ii J1In saying t ft In the tlt rniy ami th thThey t that thatZIy At At1hI1
They 1hI1 fIt have hA everything fprlhllA at fcthan 111 Allen Al li liending J f i ioutiing
ending cudln steam bent and Ind hot water r from th thbwtpfnwit the thebasement
basement LMmt tam It I lft IK II argued nrRUf1 argued that tlt Now Nn Yor Yorought York lotkoURb Yorkought
ought to hum hAY at least 1lt asgood n post 1181 n nIhoy M Mtt1 sahwy
oURb 1 I W Jc
hwy h have ro In Vermont Vlrmt < There r arc n foi foifon low lowmoro fewmore
moro tt1 dolor dollars In proprty tt to Jlrot protect lrm froii R Rfan aton
fan down hero hr irae than thanthore JroJt1 lliorfl liars are up here thoreI thereIf hereIf
If the ho post pOt la IIMtnl rconstniptod lo according ocoordlnto adln adlnto accordingto
I
to nropoaod plans theM thef will 1 b b be acoommr acoommrdntlotvi Ammda acoonimdatloM
dntlotvi da llrop 10M comfortable hralthy tlh1 and mot moternly mod modrnl1 moderniy
ernly rnl1 equlnpfld equippsdtot for at least JCt a brigade hrllado c cnrtlflory at atrlol ofartillery
artillery eulletor wmsloh wIthsuoh with such A forts tor the ho defencemanned defence lefenoeset
at rlol Fort ort Hamilton In time of war Old could bo bomnnno bemanned
manned M Imlonln they thfsbold should b be manned o In ord ordto order orderto
ornr ornrto
to mnnno give tho ho necessary norr relief rele mne to oooh ooohcrow th an anCr un uncrew
crow At present nt the aocommodatlot aocommodatlotare alnmoUone alnmoUonear
are Cr ar such that tlat pl there thor In barely bael room rom fo foenough for forfnOlKh forenough
enough fnOlKh men tn n keep the guns jnl cleaned olNne am amolled aDd aDdole andoiled
oiled ole to soy nothing of serving rll thorn Ibo prop propBut proporb
011 orb in n time at war wnrDut warBut
But besides blde all thin tbil his a serious IriOU danger dangeraccording dangoraorlnR dangeraccording
according to army officers omcel threatens For ForHamilton FortHlton JortHnxnliton
Hamilton aorlnR in ii the condition oondlllon of th the resorva resorvatlon nrva nrvaton resorvalion
lion Hlton now I They are building blWlng down don there thena therea
a ton now line of ofwor works orb extending etlnlNt east one onenorth Id Idnorh and andnorth
1M
north J to cover the whole water watr front o otho at attM ofthe
norh the reservation When these thl work ork are ancompleted arecomplek arecompleted
Jrvation Won
completed It t would be no notrok trick at a all fo fotho for forthe forthe
the complek military mit agents enl of foreign lolg governraentJ governraentJto goverront
to connect connt rl themselves tholvM < with th the book bk room roomof roomsof
> of some houses bo only a I little Ue way to t thi thinortheast the thonortht thenortheast
northeast of the defenses dfleo and take t a com completo om omplete cornpinto
pinto northt Inventory In vento t of ofhe the works work a almost almot with wltlth withnae withthe
th the naked eye eyoWith e eWit eyeWith
With nae tho additional land asked Iked for i icould It Itculd Itcould
could culd Wit be besoircated o omnt treated addtonn by hyalandsespegartienor hyalandsespegartienoran yatnd a landscape < pgrdeor pgrdeora gardenoi gardenoitho
an to Ihlld shield omple completely ly tbe be worJi worlre from fromtho fromtho
tho a land sldo whro hl only onl1the they ari a exposed exposedFurthermore ex exposedFurthermore
Furthermore Furorortlte the new plans carry cr with wltlthem wit withthem
them the enclosing of the U entire reserva reservatlon rrvB rrvBUon reservation
tlon with to a encOlng steno ste wall or hedge hego of thorns thornsto thOI
to make it impossible ipOlbl wa for strangers trlger to stea steaIn steal stealIn t tin
In m unnoticed unnoUcd I At present prnt there tere to a nice nicelow ne nicelowbe
low lowbe wire fence such as 8 one might put around arounca around arounda
lowl a vegetable vegotle fenolc garden pardon along tho front of thi thireservation te ter the thereservation
reservation r while whie around other ottlr ports pa ii i idilapidated a adlIDpldat adilapidated
dilapidated dlIDpldat cato board bord fence fenc about four fo fee feehigh fet fethll feet feethigh
high thats mostly down downCol dow downCol
hll Col tts Greenough Grengh mOty has been bo working about abounineteen abot abotIlmten aboutnincteen
nineteen Ilmten hours hOrs out of every eer twentyfoui twentyfouion twenty four fourontee
on these pUns for nearly nrlJ a year ye He Best ii iitill hi histill
still ontee till ut t work And it la I all a labor lb of loy loyand love loveand loveand <
lt Ad
st and for wor the th honor of the service serce and thi thifia the thefg thefin
fin g 10 Hc fl > con c get no extra exta pay f for or the te extra extnwork extrawork extrawork
fg work and as be retires ret In four years yeTo hi hican be becan hecan
can never command tho poet pot his genius geniuson
on paper has created createdJTLAJfETS createdPLANETS
pap b ct ctPLANETS
PLANETS PLANETS SUE SIE HAS MET METFlying METFJS METflying
Flying FJS Fairy Fi Lady Ldy Tell Tel How 10 the tie Role 8le SicI Sin SinI SinIs
I Is Ponlthed PWe In Jupiter JoptterVera JupiterVera upt uptVem
Vera Vesta Vet La L Tieetn Vlt who says oys that tbattat tbattati thai thaiIs thatis
Is i her real rl name ne vibrated vrt lost lt night at the theCoemologicol theCmo theCoenologtcai
Coemologicol Cmo o Centra Cntr and gave gve off e thought thoughlwaves thou thoughtwaves
waves which penetrated pnetated the 250pounc 250pouncbody 2Spoud 2Spoudbi 250poundbed
body bi bed which U l merely merly the shell of her real realself ral ralll realself
ll self and reached r hed an a audience audienc of four tou per persons p pereons ¬
sons 80n The Cosmological CologiCl Centre Cnt is i a dentists dentietioffice dentits dentitsofce dentistsoffice
office ofce hi I the tendercat tdet part pa of the Tender Tenderlon Tenderlo Tenderlo4i
lon lo section alon of West et Twentyslxth renty th street streetThe streetThe tet tetTe
The Te dentist dett thinks th 1 It ought to bo worth worthsomething w0th w0thlomct worthsomething
something lomct in to have r tooth tthp11 pulled in acoe acoemologjcdl aC aCmlogl a roe roemologca1
mologjcdl mlogl centre ct Be lectures Ietur himself himselfsometimes hilf hilfeometl0 himselfsometimes
sometimes sometimesLost eometl0 sometimesLast
Lost Lt nights nlgts talk Ul1 by the V lady ly was wa a abrief abrief abrief
brief description depton of some me of the planets planetsand planetsand
and stars st which wbch she has h visited viie in person personThe personThe
Re pron pronThe
The four fou persons prn listened listned wlUlut without taking takinggas tag tagg takingJupiter
gas
gasIn In Jupiter she said justice justc is i the themost themot themost
most mot Btriki Btrikituno strking strlklng letlre feature sA s 1 got In physical physnltue physicaltune
tune tue with withcurious wit te the ihbitt inhabitants by wearig wearing a acurlol acurious
curlol curious electrical electrcal device dOTlo on my head he with withwires Yt withwires
wire wires running nnlng into my mouth In that thatthat thatwa thatWay
the Juplterines could understand all allthat
wa Way te Jupter0 culd udrtd al
that I sold sd and I could culd catch catc everything everythingthat
that they told me Tho only crime ce that thatcan thatc thatcan
can be tey committed in i Jupiter Jupitr i I is for one oneJupiterine onoJuplere oneJuplterine
Jupiterine Juplere c cmtte to hinder hider the te free fl unfolding unfoldingof unolding unoldingof
of the th soul of a brother or sister liter Jupiterine JupiterineWhen Jupltere JupltereWhen JupiterineWhen
When that happens haps a cloud of mist mlt arises arisesand arM arMand arisesand
and enfolds enolds the offender ofender calling calin the 110 at attention attention ¬
tention ten of the tbeOuard tboOuarcilan Guardian to him hi The Guar Guardian Ouardlan Otiardian ¬
dian lon springs from frm the planetary planetr coil coi and andsweeps andswepR andsweeps
swepR sweeps sprng toward the cloud coud Two To wire wires 1r spring springfrom fprlngfrom iprIngfrom
from tho Guardian Guari wrist vrt the wrist wrt being beingu bing bingthe beingthe
the seat at of al alt posyor wer In Jupier Jupiter abd touch touchtho touchthe
the u olender offender His HLbycmplet body complete an an elec electric electro electrio ¬
trio tro circuit crit and he is i shrivelled shrvele up and done doneaway don doneaway
away with but at the same sm tune tle Ute two twowires twowir twowIres
wir wires release rele all al that tt is Immortal iorl In the thoculprit theclprit theculprit
clprit culprit and ad act ac nofeed lte wires wir to transfer transferhis trMfer trMferhl transferhis
his spirit back to the to great gat trunk trnk line lne of oftgf ofegO ofegos
egO egos tgf I saw IW this thi donq several ler times tme the tliolast UI thelast
Ilt last time tie that I was 88 in Jupiter JupiterOn Jupier JupierOn
On only one OD of all al the t atars Btfll ataniand and planets planetsthat planel planetsthat
that I ony have visited viie did I find 1d that tat the in inbabltanU Inhbitnt Inhabitantasat
hbitnt habitantasat babltanU eat et meat met That TJIt was WI on Slrius SlriusSlriua Slu Slrius8Irius
Slriua SIriu the dog dol star Frankfurters Frankfurterspxcloimed Fkurtenl Fkurtenlnclaed Frankfurtersexclaimed
nclaed exclaimed one of the audience auieno and d they theydeparted theydepat theydeparted
tblm depat departed them without losing long a tooth ttb among amongthem aoog aoogtblm amongthem
KNOX K oxs SAYS J FAtlEirELL FAtlEirELLornerGenerals FAnErEt FAnErEtttleifltrla FAflEWELItttorieGenera1s
ornerGenerals ttleifltrla Hifbordlnates Idrdlnltt tie he n Him Hima 1m 1ma
a Clock and SayjNIce SrNlce Thine ThineWASHINGTON Ttn TtnWJsUlnGTON flinieVASIIINGT0N
WASHINGTON WJsUlnGTON June 30 OThe The last llt meet meetng met metI meetlag
I lag ng of the Cabinet prior to President Prldent Reese Rooserelts R Reesevolts
volts vls departure dear for Oyster OYltr Bay will wi be b held heldomorrow heldtamorrow heldtomorrow
tomorrow tamorrow and it will wi be the first frst meeting meetingo meetn
to o bft be b attended attdN by the new nw heads he of the thefavy theNav theNary
Nary Nav Department Daent and the Department Deamnt of ofCommerce ofComeroe ofCommerce
Comeroe ComeroeAtt1ener CommerceAUornsyUenernl Commerce CommerceAttorneytienerei
Attorneytienerei Att1ener Knox Knx took t leave leve of ofhe ofthe ofthe
the he officers om11 and employees employe of his Depart Departn Depar Departmeat
m meat n nt t this afternoon atrnon AU the te Assistant AssistantUtorneyQenerals As AssistantAttorneyGenerals taDt taDtAttereeers
UtorneyQenerals Attereeers bureau bUfl chiefs ches and andilerits andcler andclerks
clerks cler assembled mbled in I his h office omc and presented presentedo prented prentedto
to o him hi a handsome handme library lbr clock clo SUc SolidtarGeneral Solid SolidorGeneral
orGeneral torGenerl Hoyt made the presentation presentationipeech prnlton prnltonspeh presentationspeech
speech ipeechIt speh
spehI It I is I always hard to t say goodby goby to a arlend afriend afrlend
friend said Mi Mr Hoyt Ho and It It it cspe cspeially cepedaily < pe pecaly
daily caly hard to Bay IIY goodby today to you youho youthe youthe
the chief Ci under whom we have been de deIghted d dlght dolighted
lighted lght to serve eerie We wish wih you to know knowhat knowtt knowthat
hat tt wo aro aoproud proud of your yo administration administrationif ainistaton ainistatonof
of if this Department Deparment Your Yor public pble record recordo rrd rrdi
i lk beor before te the cunt country and In hltory history and I Ido Ido
do o not suppose IUPPo you realize realie how deep dep the thenprene beIpre theimprees
Ipre imprees nprene of your worth and service Irvlo la I and andid andhow andhow
how sincrlr sincerely ror your fellow ctzene citizens approve approveand
aprove aproveand
and id say wel welt done doneM0e8et doneMovements
Movement M0e8et of Naval Vessel VesselWASHINGTON VtI VesselsVASIIINOTON
WASHINGTON WASINGTN June 30 SThe 30The The collier coler Nero Nerond Neroand Neroand
and nd the gunboat sunbot Vickaburg Vlcbure have hve arrived arrivedt aved avedat
at t Bremerton Brmertonj the cruiser cir Michigan Mchigan at atetroll atDetroi atDetroit
Detroit Detroi > the th torpedo toredo boat bot Tingey at New Nework Ne NeYork NewYork
York ork the cruiser cir Des De Moines Moie and the th re rerigerating r rufrigerating
rigerating frrting ship ap Glacier Oar at Quontanomo QuontanomoTo Ouantao OuantaoTh
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Rr Rear ear Admiral Ad Wise WI and a training Ll ship shipraWo sWpPrie shipPrairlo
raWo Prie hfvo ve sailed sed from Newport Newort for forfrenchmans forFrnchmas forFrenchmans
Frnchmas frenchmans Bay By th th Lbs armored aored cruiser cruiserirooklyn crir crirnrolr cruiserBrooklyn
Brooklyn nrolr flagship InWp of Rear R Admiral Adm Chad Chaddon Chadwic Chadwick
wic wick from Glrtar Gibraltar o or Geoj 1cnoa the aun aunboat
bot boat Potoo Potomac tr from Ke Key Wft Wrist for Ba San Juan Juanthe l Mn Mnbot an anthe
the batlebp battleship Texo Texas fgshp flagship of R Bear Ad Admiral Admimi
mimi Sand Sands frm from Newort Newport New 0 for New NewLd ew ewLondon
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and > id Florida Forid from Lamberts Lbets Point Poit for forew forNew forNew
New ew London Ldo the th destroyer dtryolll Macdonough Macdonoughruxtun Monogh MonoghTrtun MacdonoughTruxtun
Trtun Truxtun ruxtun and Warden Worde from frm Hampton Hplo Roads Roadsor Rods Rodsfor Roadsfor
for or Now London Lndoj the t battleship hatkhr Mocsacbu Mocsacbuotts Mchu MchuIU Massachusette
otts IU and Id the th cruiser cl Hartford Hato from Hojnp Hojnpon Hap Eainnton
ton on Roads Rod for Narragansett Naatt Bay By the th do doound de cfostroycra
atroyl stroycra Whpl Whipple Hulk Hull HIkl Bophina and d Lw Lwrne Law Lawrenco
rne renco from lpt liampton 1oada o fcr for P9moke P9mokeBond Pqoomoke PqoomokeSound
Sound Bond and Narragansett N tt Bay Br the t destroyer destroyererry dt1 destroyerPerry
Perry erry from fr Portland Porld to Grays Or Harbor Har Harth Baiorthe
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pker packer icker for the tep purpose of bringing brncs C T Tialcolma Tfoolma TMatcolma
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rhrao charge harce of ombexxlement em was wa Issued llue by byurtfco
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alter flor tt MAX MA Wollcmhurg WolCnlur opened o ld hi hi his men menfurnishing snsnfurnishing h hlurlhln
furnishing lurlhln itoro to in i Main street 8ttt this Ci man manInn ml mornlug
Inn In an n Intelligent Itnlgfn looking loklnl young yOnl nrulattcom nrulatt mulllto mullltonI nililsitome
com me In a and niJ J naked kll to o bo allowed nlood to t AT ATorho I see seesome
nI showed hit hittho Mn himthe
some 11M milt cases a Wollenburg Wolnnburg Ihoo
the stock tok In the store Ittr Tho negro 11110 shoo shooliU Ihok Ihokhi shook shookhis
110 ii doubt and walked wnlkoout walkedout nlked nlkedout
his head led M 1 a though thoah Ip dobt Id
out saying lylnr that ho 10 might bo b back later laterJlo lltr lltrJo Interlie
lie Jo coma car hack at about IM 30 oclock oclockHo ocok ociooklie
Ho 10 Mid ha wanted nnt to a KQ le nil nllb lb Its wilt 11c CAMagain CAM casesagain
again Mr ro Wollcnbur WolcDwr begat llf Itll lifting lfl on onhis out outhi outhis
ARan his hi stock In I trade While Whll ha had fd one oe o oth of ofthe ofthe
th the cases Io open ho h I11 looked lokn up and faun faunho found toundtho foundthe
the ho bfoodflhot Iohot eyes OC of tho negro nlRro glaring glarlnInto glaringInto < lnrnl
lto Into hi h his own ow In front frot of the tle eyed t1M was wasttnrolror 1M 1Mrevolver a alolor
revolver lolor Bald RAi th the ho negro negroTell nroTII negro1oil
Tell TII With Uh yo 0 ilroM rl null IUl canml CMI What WhnI Wht WhatI
I wan an U I yo 0 money mony Im Triwy TtM do d out outlaw outtw outlaw
law tw Olmmo Ommo yo 0 moneys monoyiThord mon011bor moneysThord
Thord bor aint nlt no money lierol her I exclaimed oiclalrnoWollcnlmrg exclaimedWollcnburg
Wollcnlmrg oleburg The negro nego bolted ool < for toltho fortlso tho door dooicarrying dor doroarrylg doorcarrying
carrying oarrylg ono of tb the ho bags baRI In Ia his hand ha Wol Wollenburg Wollenurc Wollenburg
lenburg vaulted vauled over the tu counter about aboutIng shoutlag boutinR
lag
inRHoro Horoyoul Horo 1ml yoiii Come back backnd backand and pay pfY far fO thatl thatlThe tbaUThe thatiThe
The yellow 1010w man jumped through thrm h th thdoor the thedor thedoor
jump
door dor and ran up Main street stot He turne turneInto turned turnedInto
Into ito Ward Wad Street tot with Wcllonburg Wollonbrg olo olobehind 0108 close closebehind
behind bhld In front of tho house haU ef Henr HenrWollenburg leny lenyWelenburg hoary hoaryWollenburg
Wollenburg Welenburg In I Ward street Itret the negro nogrtoppedandrestlng negroatoppadlltlg negrostoppedandresting
toppedandrestlng atoppadlltlg > his revolrordellberatel revolrordellberatelIn revolvodelberatel1 revolvodelberatel1In
In the anglo angl of his left arm took aim a aWollanburg at atWoloburr atWollenburg
Wollanburg Woloburr and fired fe Wollonburg clapped clappeiboth clappedboth
both hands over his stomach stom h and ad etoppe etopperunning stopped stoppedrunning
running rnning Ho H walked slowly back hck Into Int his hlicousins hioous hiscousins
oous cousins shop and sat down dow In I a chair chairmoaning chairmoaig chairmoaning
moaning moaig feebly that ho was wa shot Ihot Two Twihours To Tohou Twohours
hours hou later lr he died under ama operation oporatloifor operaton operatonfor operationfor
for Uio removal rmoval of the th negros neo bullet bullt which whlclhad whlohhad whichhad
had passed plUJs through his vitals vitalsFrom vltl vltlFrom vitalsFrom
From the time tie Wollonburg Wolonbrg had h run r ou ouof out outof outof
of hU hl store storoshouting shoutingStop shoutg Stop Stop the thief thlel thlelthere I Ithere lthere
been constantly increasing increaslnicrowd increasingcrowd
there had h b a cDtaty increg incregcowd
crowd cowd behind bhind the negro nogro The he shooting sbootlg o oWollenburg of ofWolen ofWollenburg
Wollenburg Wolen bug made mo most of the pursuer pursuerhalt pUluers pUluershl pursuershalt
halt hl but Policeman Pol1m Vanderhoff Vandorhof knowito known knownto
to Paterson Patern as a Big Hank jumped Jumpd out li lifront I in infront
front of tho fleeing Oeing thief thif The Th negro nego lovellei lovelleihis loveled loveledh levelledhis
his h revolver rvolver across acO his bi elbow elbw again sgal one onefired and andf andfired
fired f four shots shol one after nftr the other otherBig otherBig otherBlg
Big Hank Hnk had ha been bn howling holng Stop Stopor Stopo
or o Ill Il shoot as I he came Cme down dow the street streetBut strt strtBut streetBut
But Big Hank didnt shoot Since Ilno thtregeneration the theregnerton theregeneration
regeneration regnerton of Paterson Pateron the te policemen polcemen o othe of oft ofthe
the t newborn newbr city have hve not felt It necessary necessaryto necessaryto
to carry cr their thr revolvers revolver Big Hank Ha hat hatloft hadloft
loft lef his h revolver at home on the wasteland wastelandIt wlUJhtnd wlUJhtndI
It I was Wa the first time tme In his career caer that thaiha thathe thathe
he bad h ever really re y needed need a revolver roler one onehe and andhe andho
he wan not only embarrassed embnB1 but chagrlnod cha chaogrimm chagrlnod >
grlnod The situation ltuato became be e Cplaly Cplalyaoutowben especially especiallyacute peciallj pecialljacuto
acute aoutowben when the negro began bg taking taing pot poishots potshots potshots
shots at him None of the thesbots shots shot however howeverhit howeyerht
hit the policeman policemanThe
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The negro nego kept on across acro the PassaIc PassalcRiver Pas8lo Pas8loRvcrd PassaIcRiver
River Rvcrd and out of town townWord townWord townWord
Word spread se through Peterson Patron of the thehooting theshootng theshooting
hooting shootng of Wollenburg Six detectives detoctivetwere detectiveswere
were wee sent st from headquarters hquater They Tey took tookto tk tkt tookto
to t all a the three threro8 threoroads roads out of the city cty in the thedirection te tedetOD thedirection
direction in which the fugitive wan last lastseen IMtsn lastseen
detOD fugtye
seen sn running runng After ter they started strte and andbefore andbef0e andbefore
before bef0e the te negro nego got out of the city ct limits limitsWilliam lmt limitsWilliam
William Will Eessel Kesl tried to get In tho runa runaways runsways ¬
ways path pat With tho last l8t shot in his hi six sixshooter lx sixshooter
shooter shoot the negro put pt a bulleflnto ble buile1nto lnte Kesscls Kessclsjaw K6ls K6lsjaw Kesselsjaw
jaw and ad cleared oleed his h way to liberty libertyTwo Ubrty UbrtyTo libertyTwo
Two To of the detectives detoUv who went out on onthe onthe onthe
the country count roads roa on the te Preaknees Prene Moun Mountains Mountaln Mountalus ¬
talus taln went to the te farmhouse farhous of WII Williamflopper William WilliamHopper
Hopper Hopp They Tley told him hi that a negro neg who whohod whoha whohad
had ha committed cmtted a murder was likely liely to come comethat cmo cmoth comethat
that th way and asked aked that the te Paterson Patnon police policebe polleebe
be notified notled if i the te fugitive tugltve appeared apJr They Thaythen Theythen Theythen
then went wonton on About Abut Abouttenminuteslatorat2 Abouttenminuteslatorat2oclock ten Inmiute minutes later Iterat2 Iterat2ocock at2 at2oclock
oclock ocock a young youg yellow negro nlgro appeared appearedHe appear
He asked nked for a job jobFormer jobFarmor jobFarmer
Former Hopper Hoppr said sd that tht lie needed no help helpand helpnd helpand
and nd at once onc engaged enga the man ma to do general generalfarm jnerRI jnerRIfa generalfarm
farm fa work workI work
I cant cnt do any work worth wor while whie bow bowsaid b bosssaid
si said the th negro nr lesan ln I have somethln somethlntocatr lomethln lomethlnto somethinto
tocatr tocatrHopper to eaU eaUHopp eatiHopper
Hopper Hopp took tok hl hi his new employee eploye Into tho thokitchen thokluhen thekitchen
kluhen kitchen and nd put pt food tod in front of him Just Justthen JUt JUtthen Justthen
then Sergts Set Ryan Rya and ad Sautter Sater of the Pater Paterson Paterson Paterson
son Central Cent Office Ofc came cme up to Hoppers HoppersSautter HopprI HoppersSautter
Sattr Sautter asked aed if a negro nero apparently appanty run running rn rnnin runnlng ¬
ning nin away from Paterson Patlon had been teen en in inthe inthe inthe
the neighborhood neihborho Hopper who was WI much muchexcited muchexcit muchexcited
excit excited announced announ at lt once that ha had ha a anan am aman
nan m in lathe the kitchen kiten vrhtf willooke wh looked like lke the man manthe mlil mlilthA mallthe
the Paterson Pateln police polc were Wfro nf aftr aftrLmme nfter nfterLenune ter terLenune
Lenune Lmme look at him Bald Sautter SautterYou SautterYou uttr uttrYou
You take tafJ me to the kitchen kichen kitchenand and Ill Il alc alcfor asicfor lc lclor
for a drink of water while whie I look lok him over owrthen oVlr oVlrTen overthen
Ten then if i hes the man mn Ill Il whistle whll to Ryan RyanHopper RyanHopper RyanHopper I
Hopper led lN the way to the kitchen kichen and at athe atthe atthe
the doer dQr handed hned SoutUu Btl a long handled handledin bndIe
in tn dipper full Cl of water The detective detectivelooked detive detivelooked detectivelooked
looked over the rim of the dipper dippr at the thnlegro tltoneg thenegro
negro neg and knewjthat knew knewthat that be behad had found the man maniie manhe manbe
iie was 1 after afterI afer aferI
I wonder Mr Hopper Hoppr said IW the detec detective det delcotire ¬
tire tve whats become bme of that dog of mine mineHe mi mineHe
He set 11 up a loud whistling whltlg and Ryan Ryanjame Ry Ryancame
came ce tumbling tblg Into the house hoW The negro negrolid n ndid negrodid
did not seem Bm to realize reU what the te disturbance disturbancencant dlbnc dlbncmOt disturbancemeant
meant mOt until wil both bth detective dettl Vf started across acrossho aC acrossthe
ho te room rm after ate him htmPut hi himPut
Put Pt up your hands yelled yele Sautter Sautteror uttr uttror utter utteror
or well we kill k youl youlThe yl ylTe youlThe
The Te negro gro put one ofhis ofhl hands hd8 inside ind of ofiis ofh ofhis
his h coat o Sautter Sutter leaped across aa the dining diningoom dning dningro diningroom
ro room oom table tble to the utter dcstrajtlbn destrdln destrutIon of tho tholopper thoHoppr thoHopper
lopper Hoppr crockery ckory and grabbed grbbd the th mur murierers mu murdeters
deters ders hands 8 Ryan ran rn around aroun behind behindind bhd bhdand behindand
and began p < an searching Marchg th the be negros negl pocket pocketUl pockeu pocketsAll
Al All Ul three th fell lel and tumbled about abut on onho ontho onthe
the ho floor foor tipping tpPi over OTr choirs ch and Id table tableind tblf tblfa tableand
and a kicking klkig the legs out from under the theitove theet thestove
stove et stoveBut itoveBut
But the t policemen polcmen were too t much for forhe forthe forthe
the murderer muerr When they at last lat got him himaid h himlaid
aid ld out O < t on the te floor foor and choked choko into intoibedlonoe ito itoobnofey intoobedience
obedience obnofey they found that tt his revolver revolveriras revolvr revolvrW88
iras hung about abut his h neck nek by a 1 leather letr thong thongind thn thongand
shot and that tt ho h had h a long knife krle end a a clung clungihot Iug IugIbot slungshot
Ibot
ihotA A carriage was W8 sent nt out from frm the tb city cityo ot otto
to o the th c farm fa which whch is i four miles mle from polio polioleadquarters polO policeheadquarters
headquarters hadqaer and the negro was WI brought broughtn bro brought broughtIn h
In n i It I was learned that neg his h name n is Arthur Arthurjoskor Ahur AhurIkor ArthurLtslcer
joskor Ikor and nd that tht he b was Wa employed OH O a alichen akitchen akItchen
kitchen hand hd in I the Kensington Kegton Hotel In InCowark InNowar inNewark
Newark Nowar He bad h borne a good go reputation reputationn rptation rptationIn
In n Newark and so 10 fur OA I was W8 known know to tho tlioatenson thoPatlnn thoPaterson
Paterson Patlnn police polce L lt last nlhtJ night hd had J Jrrcsted never bn bnarte been beenarrested
arrested arte before beforehat bfore Ho old tne thepolioe polo tonlgbt tonlgbttht tonight tonightthat
hat tht he b had h not shot Mr WoUcnburg Wollcbrg or orLoasnl orK0I orKossel
Loasnl K0I and ad that tht ho was the victim Iclm of o onisunderstanding 1 amisunderstanding
misunderstanding n misunderstandingBATM nisunderstandingBATTAM ndllltadl ndllltadlBAA
BATTAM BAA XAYJ MAYPLAY YAY pLY > LAY BALL BALLlUeemam BAL BALhUG RALLrouossnii
hUG rouossnii lUeemam Mar My Thus T Earn E an a Iloncst Dollar DUarHnrn Dr Dr1bn DollarWilen
Hnrn 1bn on VaeaUoo VaeaUooInspector VaeU VaesUoaInspector
Inspector Weigand Welrd has ha completed cmple his hlaiqxdry h hisinquiry
inquiry iq Ippr into ito the to complaint cmplt against aaint Patrol Patrolutn PatrolmD Patrolman
mD man utn Lawrence Lrnc Battam Btt of the te Hamilton Hamiltonvenue HaUton Hamlitonawn
avnu awn venue station Itn Brooklyn Brky Battam Btt was Wl a arack aoak acrack
rack oak amateur au ball bl player l in his h youth youthntly roth rothcrl youthA
A crl clvIlin cml complained anonytuously r re reorally
cno orally ntly that t Battam Btt still u made m anDyo a little ltt on the thode t themide
clubs ed mide luhaTho de by playin p with semIprofessional empfeona empfeonaclub semIprofessionalclubs emiprofesiionalluha
club
The T Inspectors 1 lora iqui Inquiry has b shown that thathO tt ttwh thatvhhl
wh vhhl hO on bU hi vacation lo recently JcnUy Battam Battamlay Bt Battamplayed
pld played lay d for money ty with wth clubs cu that tt ran r abort abortf
0 f player Ua n decided dod that rt JBaUaa Jt ao vio vioited do1sted
0r 1sted ited no P rule re H Vn 1e the aaaaynou aaaaynouliter ueyosswriter I
iba liter wtr waa 1 a a member mr of one OD of o th t tls clubs da clubsiba
Martini Marini 4 RossITALIAN Rossi RossiIT RossiITALIAN
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Vermouth VermouthTaken
Taken with effervesccn effervesccnor elervecnt elervecntor
or mineral water lemon lemona lemonade lemonMdl
a ade < le or any kind of sot sotliquids soft softlIquids oft oftlquids
liquids lquids It makes a long longcooling lonlcolng longcooling
cooling colng refreshing an anI and anddclghtul nd ndED
I delightful dclghtul E EED drink drinkED drink
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dieted dtrdDuUrr dletedflnUer IJuUrr Angry Ani Ovrr Nlluatlon NlluatlonBr ICuUonSr
Sr Louts fJVtl Juno Jun 30 3IMwRrd aoEdward Edward Bullet Bulletwho Butlerwho ulp ulpwho
who Ices JII been indjctod i lnclotod < oto before b fore In the lh Ht HtLoub Htll StLouis
Louis ll bribery bb scandal lanal wont wot to Court Curt room roonNo roomNo roomNo
No 9 at the to Four our Court CortJt at l 2 23 i0 30 oclool ocloolthis oclookthi oclockthis
this thi afternoon nfteroon nnd gave bond in i the sun sunof aumof sumof
of 10000 10 with John J OBrien onre as surety suretyto
to 1 answer anlW to t an a indictment Idlotmet on o the charge ohnrgor ohargoor
or bribing bribig a witness wltD Uio charge specified spoclflmin
in the bench bob warrant wat which hlch Circuit Cicit Attorney AttorneyFolk Attorey AttoreyFol AttorneyFolk
Folk Fol requested rU t Judge JudgoTaylor Taylor to tame tameButlers Wue WueBuUorn issueButlers
Butlers indictment idictmet ia I based ba on the con confcdsloa o confrssloo
fcdsloa IM0 of Doodler Bdler Kelly Kely who says MYI Butler Butlogave DuUerjVO Butlergave
gave jVO him hi 100 60000 to silence sloc him hi until ut afteithe after ater aterthe afterthe
the statute sttut of limitations IlltUo would go Ink Inkeffect ito itoeet Intoeffect
effect eet 115000 1110 of the sum e sum before befor Jito 11 ils flight fllghto fight fightto flightto
to Canada Cana and Europe and 13S000 > 3S000 0 after hi hireturn his hisrtum hisreturn
return returnCharles rtum rtumChrlC returnCharles
Charles ChrlC F Kelly Kely chief witness wltnO a sgant sgantDter against againstButler gains gainsButler
Dter Butler on tho new charge ohge was taken teD lnt lntcourt Into Intocourt intocourt <
court this thll afternoon atroon and In default of i ibondsman a abndsman abondsman
bondsman bndsman to t take te the place pl of Butler Buter who Trhcluid whohad whohad
had surrendered tlurndere him on his bond he was wajordered W88ordered wasordered
ordered commit oomtt committed tod to jail jll Ho was WI turned turnetover tured turedover turnedover
over to Jailer Jller Dawson and locked loed up upAn upAn upAn
An indictment idloet baa hI been bee drawn daw hi the office offloiof officeof
of Circuit Attorney Attoroy Folk against agnt the broker brokewho brokerwho brokerwho
who has hl come to be b known kDow a a as Te The mat mathigher maDhigher manhIgher
higher up in the Lighting Lghteg Bill Bi briber briberscandal bribery briberyscandal
scandal charging chargng him with perjury porjur but li lihas It Itb Ithas
has b not been b voted on yet e by the t Grant GrantJury Ord Ordjur Grandjury
Jury JuryIf jur
If I an indictment idlotment is I returned rtmN the charge ohargiof ohargeof
of perjury prjur will w1 rest rt on the fact fat that tht he hihas hehi heboa
has hi said sad under und r oath oat before bfor a preceding precedlnfGrand prolng prolngGrnd precedingGrand
Grand Grnd Jury that tht he knew nothing notbg about aboutbribery aboutbrbory aboutbribery
bribery brbory of members memb of the Municipal Muncip As Assembly A Assembly ¬
sembly whereas whe according arding to the confess conlelon conlelonof confession confessionof lor lorof
of Gutke tho broker brokr gave him 120000 20000 2O in infurtherance i Infurtherance
furtherance futhoranc of a deal de for the passage plage of olthe oftbe ofthe
the bill billI bi billIt
I It I Is believed beleved that tt an indictment Indotment is I about aboutto aboutto
to bo returned retued against agast a third thi person prn e epolitician a apolti apoliticIan
politician polti close coe to t Butler who signs sig himself hlmsoliJim hel himselfJim
Jim Ji on the charge oge of compounding compoundinga cmpouding cmpoudinga
a felony This ThL person prson has h not heretofore heretoforeappeared heretoforeappr heretoforeappeared
appeared appr in connection oon with tho lighting lightingscandal lghtg lghtgacandal lightingscandal
scandal The e probable problo indictment idtmet wi willrest will willrest
rt rest on the statement sttement of Kelly Kely that th this thiiperson t thisperson
person pD gave him 1800 18 while whe he was wa in inCanada inCanada InCanada
Canada to Inuenc influence him to stay sty away longer longertlum longerthan
than tlAn was WI at first frst thought necessary necessaryWhen nee necessaryWhen
When Judge McDonald rconad convened cnvne his hlacourt hl hiscourt
court curt Ole two Butlers Iutrs Edward Ewad senior enor and andjunior andJunor andjunior
junior Junor caino clno in i and ad announced aou that tat the thewonted they theywanted theywanted
wanted to withdraw wlthdnw from Gutkos Outos bond bondBaying bnd bondsaying
saying that they had ha already aay turned trd him himover himover
over to tho Sheriff Shert Gutlce was wa taken ten into intocustody Intoctody intocustody
custody ctody in his rose r garden gardn He B gave a anew aM anew
new M bond after atr being locked loked up for an anhour anhour
hour The two Butlers Butcr were wer at the Four FourCourts FourQurt FourCourts
Qurt Courts all al morning moring Both Boli were very vl bitter bitteragainst biter biteragnt bitteragainst
against agnt Gutke Gule and nd Kelly KellyThe Kely KelyTe KellyThe
Te The best bt wo got is tho worst of it It We Wewent We1cnt Wewent
went 1cnt on the th bonds bond of these tht men as an a act actof actof t tof
of charity Here they tell tl things thg on us uswhich uswhich
which are not true said father and son sonMrs ln sonMrs
Mrs MI Charles Carles F Kelly Kely wifo wie of the former formerSpeaker forer forerSpaer formerSpeaker
Speaker Spaer of the House Ious of Delegates Delegat called calledon cae
on 01 Circuit CIrt Attorney Attor y Folk at noon noon She Shetold Shetold Shetold
told him him that she was WI afraid arad that some someone Ime Imeone someone
one would assassinate Ilnt her husband hUbad and andwas ad adwa andwas
was wa greatly greaty relieved releved later when she learned learnedthat leaed leaedthat learnedthat
that no he had ha been ecn locked loke up upOOVERNXEXT upGOJFmVE1T upGOIEllNIEXT
OOVERNXEXT GOJFmVE1T HAS BIO 71 DEFICIT DEFICITRevennr DEFICIRennol DEFICITflevennes
Revennr Rennol for the Fiscal Fo Year ea S4OOOOOOO S4OOOOOOOIC88 5000 10000000Less
Less Than lan the Expenditure ExpenditureWASHINGTON ExpendituresWAal1xNovor ptndlnN ptndlnNWSINGTN
WASHINGTON WSINGTN June Jun 30 3The 30The The Government Government1ledger Oovrent Governmentlodger
fiscal which ended endedtoday endedtd endedtoday
ledger ldger for the te fea year yei
today td shows Ihows that the expenditures expndiues ex exceeded exceded axceeded ¬
ceeded ceded tho revenues rvnu by M1JJ232 136281 the re receipts r rolpts recelpts ¬
ceipts aggregating uggalnl 1I18876and S41188745 and th the die diaburBcmente dl diebursementa
burBcmente bUfmentS59071 bUfmentS59071Te 1582539071 1582539071The S853D071The
The Te expenditures exndiures however include include50000OOC IncludeS6DOO include5000000C
S6DOO 50000OOC paid pad for the th Panama Paaa Canal Canalright CanalrJht Canalright
right of way and the he 4800000 Ieo loan to the theIjouliana theIula theLouisiana
Louisiana Iula Purchase Purha Exposition Expositon which are arenot ar arenot
not properly proprl to t be b counted cunted in the regular regularexpensed rgul regularexpenses
expensed expl of the Government Oot rent Excluding Excludingthese Exludg Exludgtes Excludingthese
these tes two items its there Would ould be h a surplus surplusof slus slusof
of 1324707i 17f 13247674 against agat an estimate etlat of 14 1 1400000t
00 000000 made mae madeat at the te beginning bginning of the fiscal fiscalyear fal falyear fiscalyear
year by the thl Secretary 8rltr of the te Treasury Tuy
Compared Cpa with wit the revenues reenue of the te pre provious previous re ¬
vious fiscal fa year the revenues reenue show a fatting fattingiff f fallingoff
al off iff of 117778 17700780 ya while wh the t disbursements disbursementsicreosed dbulmentA dbulmentAire disbursementsincreased ali
increased ire 317624 170781 All and more mor of this thisecrease thisderea thisdecrease
derea decrease ecrease wo W in the revenuen rvnuM from customs customshich Otma customswhich
whIch hich amounted aountd to 1280 203008483 or 121 121t 21A
83236 823235 3235 less lO than hi i the fiscal deal year of 1003 1003he 19 1903The
Th The he reoelpU reoeiptafrnm from Internal lUmn revenue revnu ya oggre oggreated aggregated
gated ated reltJttr 232435 695 exceeding those Uoe of S the therevious theprevious
gal S 65 excedi te teprnu
prnu previous revious year by 13UO 2320440 The increase increasei
I in i expenditures expnitr ya was wa maly mainly in the navy naV navywhich
whih which hich expended pxnde a attal total of 102757073 1076773 or or2U081271 or12OII271 or20ODI271
12OII271 2U081271 more than tha last year The Te item itemor It Itemfor
for or pensions pnion also shows Ihow ya an increase Inr of ofnslon ofnealy ofnearly
a
nealy nearly 4000tXXl 00 on aount flOcount of the service servicepension rc
pension pensionThe n nslon nslonThe in inTe
The Te receipt rlpt for customs cstoms wen weN reduced reducedetween ruOd ruOdbeten reducedbetween
between beten 0000000 000 and t0O 8000000 by the theipcrations theopraton theoperations
operations opraton of the te Cuban reciprocity rcl pro 1 treaty treaty1TIHELKS8 traty tratyJIIEItiS treatyWIREIJcS
1TIHELKS8 JIIEItiS FIGHT IN NAVY NAYllar11 NAVYMarconi AVl AVlHarronl
Harronl lar11 Co Wants Intl a Chance Cnc to Equip EquipWarship EuIp EuIparllp EquipWarships
Warship arllp and Land lnd StatIon fiUlloniWASHINGTON StatO StatIonVAainNorox
WASHINGTON WAIHJNGTOn June 30 3JFIle The Marconi Marn MarconiWireless i iVirelesB
Wireless Wlrle Telegraph Telerapb Company Qmpany has ub 1b submlttod ubnlttod
nlttod mltt a proposItion propositon to o Rear Admiral Admr1 Mon Moniey Manney
iey tey chief of the Naval Navl Bureau Burau of Equip Equipnent Eip Equipment
nent mlnt for furnishing wireless wirelC apparatus apparatusor apptu
for or communication oommunton between btWD naval nva station stationad atlon stationsand
a and ad ship hlp of war In the Atlantic AtlanticIt Atnlc AtnlcI
It I 1 Ii supposed IUpped that tt this tbl offer oler ls I intended intendedA Intende
8 as A a counter cunter proposition JroplUon to that of the thoLraerican theAmerc theAmerican
American Amerc De Forest For t WIreless WlrelO Telegraphy Telegrphy
Qmpny Company whose whO offerr olerlto oettto < to establish otbll h 1000 1000IOIM 10 1000mile
m mile ciult circuits btwan between Florida ports and andthe andthe
the plOM possessions IOIM of the United Unie State Btt prt to I the theosl theWO theWest
WO West osl Indies Indl and on the te Isthmus Iatl of Panama Panamaou Pan
was ou 1 accepted aopt by tho Navy av Department Departmentfew Depatet Depateta
a few days ago agoThe agoThe agoTie
The Marconi Marn Company Qmpy propose propo to equip equipwar euip euipa equipa
a war 1ar ship with wih its apparatus appratus or have hve a aoard a aloard
board > of naval nval officer offica see ee e how Its service serviceork eervlc serviceworks
works ork on transatlantic tUnUole liner in order to totut totlt totest
tlt test tut it 11 Its merit meriL in comparison with orr thoee tho of ofothr ofother I Ither
other othr wireless wrl systems systemsArmy y ytm ytmm colnprn tom I IArmy
Army m and ad Navy NaT Order OrderVTABHIKOTON Ordn OrdersWassiWQTof
VTABHIKOTON W IIOTIJlf Jim w aT 1Thee TbeM armrordenwera armrordenweraitid army rorrw orders we
bue laseed itid toaty 1 ay
Capt CpL Alciudcr N Stark Rtk Antitank AI SurtMB SurtMBam Bf
frm Iron am IU ell CItY to Panunk PUUI tr tOf or duly with Wil tb the theCozamtulon I Oual Oualjiamlnxlon O
jiamlnxlon Oam CozamtulonCap jiamlnxlonCapi don donCp
Cap Cp William I D MllcheU IltcheU MItchelZSl Slfflal S a Corpfc Cf from f Denver Denverfort DeT
t 10 fort Dfl Meyer McjcrTtu U MeyerTb Jer Jern
Ttu n Tb toUmrtoc tlc navr lur erd O erdar a 1 wen wr limtd limtdOommuder le IiedCenmasder
Oommuder U n lUrrtj lUrrtjctjulpratnt to yard
OmLdr n U 1 11 aay r Ji Doslca
uenaoIUder UeuteuztcrmznszderdWnenfljld to nuresu nuresuat
Wlttd lru lruc
at EquIpment Uptml Wubl Wa Vablngton VablngtonUetji hln hlnUeul
c Ueul Ut B Spear Rjr lo 1 le b Hancock HacOI HancockUsed I ILtovt
un A K 8eI a lrD from the Quword to ho bout
cord Ltovt C C1lof1 t 13 > Morgan from rrm lha 111 Cr Albany Abl 1 to 1 o itw lb Con ConAjtutanl C Concord
cr cordAIanI Ajtutanl 1 Rurceoo fr R K J fTlimlan W la amr amrpiul
osptIal piul pllYon ran Bayard Dlrar NU NWW N 55 tortnamni tortnamnircwa estrii estriitoes4 aJ
rcwa W emcn iEJlab
I n 1 toes4 t Wa
SpeclalExpress Train Leaving Whitman for New York
A special ld train of It eli it carload ca eorloadeof ad of Humo Humoifftrdu fIIIt fIIItOd1
Oxfords Od1 iesvjng Iflavin J thefactory the faster tM11 and Id con cDhcnt consigned consignedto l ne neIleftol <
t to H New Yorl ork for or dltibtlon distilbutiota 11 uprae upraemong zpr zprnmn
mong thlit timsI c alicIa i ot Ilerthat storesthai i is the thokAI theItegal
Ileftol nmn method mthoot of meeting I Itlnmnnd the enormous enormOIUIInmnnd enormoustiemand
tlnmnnd kAI coming omlnl from frm molnl every oye quarter fo foMldHummer for torMldHummer forMIdHummer
MldHummer Regale HeKauThfl 1t RegaleThis al
This Regal nfpl Hhofl 8bO Co C had hA cornered ororld Jh Jhmrkot th thmarket hs hsmarket
market mrkot on o lUumet luNftJoller leather and era 110 ta toclay toclaysupplying odo odontipplylnc AY AYIupplylnc
supplying Iupplylnc prscticaiiy practical ra ly all al of Iho IliiMet IliiMetworn 11 lltissetsworn eL
worn wor by h fashionable tuhlonRllo t people pplo throughout througirouIm tJOURhout tJOURhouttll throughoutthe
the Im country
tll So OUtl OUtltf great grt h I the he demand that every nyer tore storebaa tor torhas toreI
has tf been I wiring for mutant wint delivery delverr
Russet wlrlnA Oxfords aro unquestionably ttMhl the thoeomUn thepredomInating h hpredominating
predominating IUt MidHummer unlu shoos sbo th thenslble the theaonlblo tiesensible
sensible aonlblo eomUn cbolod of popular populr favor as well wpI a aAUTOMOBILED M MAUTOMOBILD asAUTOMOBILED
i AUTOMOBILED AUTOMOBILD IN THE ARCTIC ARCTICi ARCTI ARCTIDE
THE DE OLIDDENS HOME DOlE AFTER
16000 180 MILES JILES OF TRAVEL TttAVELGoing TnAEL TnAELGolne TRAVELGoing
Going to the te Philippine PWpmeAtu lbWpplnesAitora Alton I 1010 1010Fom hiomilo hiomiloFrom to in inProm
Prom Fom European Enopn AntomK Aattnrtman Autolngflercnan Gfrman With Wltla Witha 1UI 1UIWltJI
a Wireless WltJI Wonder WonderImprte WonderImported Imported Orchcitra Probes ProbesI ProbesIrsOther
I tra traohe IrsOther Other Folk on the te DcuUcliUnd DcuUcliUndThe Drulelland DrulellandI ficutechlandThe
The fJ HamburgAmerican ImburgAercn liner lner Doutsch Doutschland Doutschlnd Doutachland
land lnd In yesterday yetery from Hamburg brought broughin brougt brougti broughtin
in i a distinguished dtinguied company COlplY of returning returningAmericans returing returingAern returningMnerlcans
Americans Aern and foreign folk among whom whonwere whomwere whomwere
were Col Cot and Mrs John Jacob Jab Astor AtaI A A AAdee AAde AAdee
Adee Ade Beceond Bend Assistant itnt Secretrary Sretr of State StateMr Stte Stte1r StateMr
1r Mr and Mrs 1r Charles Cnrle J Olidden Oldden of Boston BostonJohn DostonJohn BostonJohn
John Drew Ethel Barrymore Brore Willlan WilllanFrohman Wiim WiimBYour WilliamSeymour
Seymour generl general tltge stage mnger manager tor for Charles CharlesFrohrnan
BYour Frohman Baroness Brne Jose Joseof Jopie Josephine Doblnl DoblnlOgden Doblnaki DoblnakiOgden
Ogden Mlla Rber Robert E ETod oxcommodore oxcommodoreof
1l Ta exmmoor exmmoorof
of the Atlantic AtlanU Yacht Yact Club Cub and ad Mrs Tad Todand Tadand Tedand
and a large lrge part prt y of German OerD army ary oSScun oSScunon I ofilcerson r
on then tei war to the St Louis Luis exposition expositionMr t poeion poeionMr
Mr and Mrs Charles Cale Olidden Gidde are ar making makinga
a tour tou of tho world word in a 31 2 horse hol power powerautomobile powerautomobile
pwer pwerautomobie
automobile automobie They oy have been bn away afY from fromAmerica fromAmeri fromAmerica
America Ameri two years and have travelled trvele
10200 182 mIles mUO In August Augt while whie In < Norway Norwaythey Norwaythey oray oraythe
they the made me the first tt trip trp ever undertaken undertakenin underken underkeni
in i an automobile autmobe into the to Arctic Atc zone zonoThey zoneThey zoneThey
They will 11oe leave Boston Dton in August Augt and jour journey journey journej ¬
ney to San Francisco whence they will wiltake willtake
S Fnco tey
take ship sip to Hawaii Haal and the tle Philippines PhilippinesThey Pippie PhIlippinesThey
They will wi then go to Asia Ai They Tcy expect expeclto expt exptto
to complete complte their Ilelr trip trp in i 1007 10 and estimate estimatethat etlte etltethat estImatethat
that they te will wl then ten have travelled tmvele in their theirauto thei theirauto
auto about 40000 O mIles milcaCol ml mIlesCol
Col and Mrs M Astor Ator also als have been hn auto automobiling aut automobliing
moblig mobiling although athough not on an extensive extonslvaYork extcnlo extcnlose extensivescale
se scale They have bn been awaylromNew awaylromNewYork away from New NewYork
York since April Apr 12 and have hve spent muc mucof much muchof
of that tt time tie in I their thei automobile automobie pnt Assii Assiitant ASI Assistant
tant tt Secretary Sret Adee Ade prefers prf 01 tho bloycle bloycleto
to the auto He has h covered about 1500 1500miles 1 1mle 1500miles
away miles mle of European Europe soil sol cver since sinc he has bceu bceuaway be beaway boeiaway
John Drew baa h been hn on a vacation vaCtonl II IIwill iiwill
will wi open his h season on at the Empire in i Sep September 8e 8etbr Septexnher ¬
tember tbr opn in The Duko Du of EmJlr Kllllcrankie KllllcrankieEthel Klcrkle kifficrankleEthel
Ethel Barrymore Bore said sid that tht Cousin Cul Kate Katein Katein I IIn
in which she appeared in London Lnon last lt sea season se season ¬
son was W not a appe success IUc at first tt Later Ltr the thepublic thopublo thepubilo
public publo took tk to t it and it finally fy was played playedto ple
to crowded crowdN houses 101 The actress atrs is on her herway herway herway
way to the te Pacific Pal o Coast C t She will wi play playthere pIDythere playthere
there in Cousin Coln Kate Kte until unU November Novemberwhen Novcmbr Novcmbrwhen Novemberwhen
when she will wi return rlum to New York and andappear nndnpp andappear
appear In a new play playrierr playrer playl4err
npp rierr Otto Sclieiler c1eler an electrical electc ex expert expert export ¬
pert rer and inventor said sId that tht ho had h come comehere comehore comehere
here at the request ruet of the American Govern Government Goer Governmont ¬
mont to show his wireless wlrlC telegraph tlerph ap apparatus apparlus appartiaL ¬
partiaL He declared delre that that it was greater greaterthan grter grterta greaterthan
parlus than ta Marconis Man s or anybody nyboy elses e s wireless wirelowand wlrehl wirelessand
and that Uncle Sam Sm would not henitato henitatoto hCitato hCitatoto
to say sy so when it was W explained explaned to 1 him himHerr himHerr
Her Herr Scheller Scheer looked loked much disappointed disappointedwhen dippolntQ 1
when whe told that the Government Goverent was using usingtho Islnl usIngthe
the De Forest Foret system systm He declined dlned to toreveal toroel toreveal
reveal roel anything aythin about aout his hi own ow invention inventionMax ientlon ientlonIax inventionMax
Max Iax Schwartz Scwa proprietor propretr of a Houston Houstonstreet Houslontreet Houstonstreet
street restaurant rturt who was W8 a a cabin pas passenger PMAlnger pitssenger ¬
senger Alnger by the te Deutechland DetcWa 1 brought bmujh nine ninewere nineHungarian
Hungarian muslcRna musicians With him They Theywere Theywere
wm
were detained dete awhile awhlo on tho ground that thatthey thlt thltthe thatthey
they the were contract cntrct laborers Ilborlr Schwartz Schwartzcalled Shwar Schwartzcalled
called cale attention Rttnton to a Treasury Trelur Depart Department Depart Departinent ¬ I
ment decision deciion classifying iyln munlcinnH mu lcianR an anartist II asartists
artist artlb and the ca Hungarians Hunnrat were allowed allowedto alowed alowedto
to eo Ia up to t Houston Houtton street streetImmigration It streetImmigration t I IImmgtoD
Immigration Inspector llptor Marcus Bratin Bratinsold Brul Branrisaid
sold sd ImmgtoD he recognized in ono of tho cabin cabi passengers pas passengers ¬ I Ingers
sengers ngers rgu a I young ydg woman wom who came cme hero herotwelve heMtwehe heretwelve
twelve years year ago under the name nme of Martha MarthaHauer MarthaHauer artha arthaHauer
Hauer with th a young youg German Geran They The had hadbeen hadbeen I
been bD travelling trTelng together tgether and were wer not man manand manand I Iand
and wife wie She Sh was told tol then that tht she could couldnot couldnot
not enter entr the country oount unless ul as a the wife of ofthe ofthe ofthe I
the young youg German Ger He first frt said lie would wouldmarry wouldmar wouldmarry
marry her then he declared that he would wouldnot wouldnot wouldnot
not mar and she was W sent et bock bk He was wlllOve allowed allowedto
to land ld a I as he h bad h money and was Wi otherwise otherwiseable otherse otherseabl otherwiseable
able abl to take t core c of himself himselfBraun himlf himlfBrau himselfBraun
Braun Brau said ld the woman wom who is still sti young youngacknowledged youngacknowledged oungaknowledged
acknowledged aknowledged that she had come here hereand hereand hereand
and had h been ben deported depord but that was WI before beforeshe bfore bforeIhe beforeshe
she Ihe had hd made a name J for herself hlllf on tho thoGerman thoGr thoGerman
German Gr me stage sta She Is S now welltodo welltodoand welltodoand eltado eltadoad
and ad is travelling tTeln for pleasure Braun Bru did didnot didnot didnot
not not interfere itrere with her as he hl li said sd that tt he did didnot dd ddnot didnot
not see that tt he bad ha a right to do FO FOSome F soSome
Some Bm unpleasant unplent feeling feling occurred ourd among amongcard aong aongc amongcard
card players playr in i the th ships sbps smoking room roomon rm rmon roomonSaturdayrdght
c when New NewYorker NewYorker
on onSaturdayrdght Saturday Stuy night nght one young oug Nev
Yorker threatened tned to t lick lc another anther They Theygot Thergot Theygot
got up from the table tblo and apparently were wereabout wereabout vereabout
about to begin bgin roughhousing roughhoulng apprnty it when whenfriends whenfriends hen henfriends
friends intervened ItEnne and smoothed Moothed things thingsover thingsoer thingsover
over But ut there thre was no more playing that thatnight that thatnight
night nightA niht nihtA playnl
A HAVEMElEn DIES OF CHOLERA CHOLKRArandten CHOLRGraDdoD CHOLERAcrandsen I
randten GraDdoD of the te Late Lte Mayor lUao and a Rest Resident Rel Reldlmt Restdent ¬
dent of Dtusorah Doora Penis PenisWilliam Pent PersiaWillIam
William i F Havemeyer Haveeyer Jr a son ln of the theite thelte thelate
lte late ite Henry Hen Havemeyer Havemyerad and a grandson gdn of ofhe oftbo ofthe
the he late lat Mayor Myor Havemeyer died ded at Bus Busoroh Bussara Buscomb
comb sara Persia Per lost lt Saturday Batuy of Asiatic Asiaticholern Aslto Asltooholer Asiaticcholera
cholera oholer Mr Havemeyer Haveeye was born in infew InNew inNew
New few York Yor In i 1876 176 went abroad abrod an 8 a child childmd cld cldand ddldand
and had ha spent the greater grter part of his life lifen le leon lifeon
spnt
on n the Continent Content and in i Asia i In recent recentears rnt rntyer recentyears
yer years ears he acquired aui large le business bue Interests intercutsn intemts intemtsIn
In n Persia Peli and about R OUt three t years yea ago ho heook hotk hotook
took tk unmarried up his hi residence rldenc at Biwsorah Blrsb He was wasmmarried wasunmed wasunmarried
unmed unmedOblU
Obituary OblU Note NoteiCol NoteCol iotesCol
Col Joseph 11 Brigham Brllh AMiithnt AlltntHcretar Secretary Secretaryf
of f Agriculture Anlclur died die at hit hi old home In Delta DeltaWednesday Dela
0 Weneaday Wednesday night ol Brlvham who whoas whowas ho howa
wa was as chairman eh alrmu of tho government ronrmln board boardf boar boardof
or f the Bt Louis Llis exposition epositon left Washington Washingtonm Wahlnlon Wahlnlonon
on m Tuesday Tue ay evening to attend a meeting fUnl ot ofhe otthe otthe
8venlnl t
the he board at St Louis Lullatpplnl stopping topptn off or at his h horns hOl8 hOl8Rt hornsat L Lt
Rt t Delta Delt bar lie had been bfen lufTerlnff uterlnl for some nonioIme MiO MiOtle sometime
time from an affection of the heart and Ind It U Uupposed laIIos Issupposed
afecion
tle supposed that an noute recurrence rfUrrpnl of the therouble thl thetrouble
IIos trouble caused his death dtth Col Urlchnm Urlchnmro 1rlzhnm 1rlzhnmwn
was ro prominent Cuae In Ohio politics pltc for many manyoars manyor manyyears
wn years oars and imne occupied many position IlsllonN of trust trustnd trustad trustand
or occupie
ad and nd responslblutr In President McKln McKlnMilntnnt McKtnIcys lcKlnlya
lya repnlbll first administraton administration he WM appiltf appointed appointedAssIstant
AssIstant Alatlnt frt Secretary 8fetrr of Agriculture Azrlclurl a place placohloli plac placewhich
wblel which hloli h he held until hi his death deathItohfrt det deathItohert
Itohfrt Johtrt B Adam a wealthy Mlhy dry foods foodsurrhiot coedmurohant oos oosmbrt
urrhiot president Pfldeli of the Buffalo Bufalo oung oungen ounl ounvMeds
Meds mbrt en ClirUtlnn Chr Association soclaUon chairman of ofcollector 01tie oftie
Mo tie Buffalo Grade tan tolnt Crossing Cmlslon dommtssion crman and andcuectr andscoilector
collector tie cuectr Bufao of Ore rare literary ULrrT works worl dM dlllt At hi hioroa htore his hishome
home oroa In that tha city yesterday fS Mr Adam Aum WM WMnown WI wasknown
ciy
known ore nown I throughout the rQY literary Itn world vorJ as a the thewner theowp theowner
owner ow of trobout the picwt complete complet and flnmt ANt < eel colctlon cl eellection
owp 1 lection ctlon lo of t Johnsonian Johnsonll Jot In the he world He HeIso nl liealso
also Iso had an almost aOft complete cmrlee collection of ofi 01the ofthe
the 110 i flrt Art h rst edition el a OI of Buskin Rual works worksCoanoUmmn 10rka 10rkaC08non worksoundilluan cIeoo
C08non CoanoUmmn R 1 L Lee L Married MarriedPiaiNFiZLP Mat MarriedPLAINPISLD
PiaiNFiZLP PLUNFJL N J June JUnl 30 3Coucl 30Council 30Councilman Council Councili
m man i Rob Rbrt Robert rt L Lee JJ one on of the tb Republican Republicanlore npubUcn npubUcnlee Republicanleaders
leaders lore of the tbl city ciy and county ct announced announcedlay announoedtoday
a au
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today lay that th he h was W married last lt evening eveningLfl
m eens eenst
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Emm EJ i Oumbenoa who hi bxn
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tlo tue 1111 sims lint FM Fashion > an unoondltlonall unoondltlonallThorn unohltonaU unohltonaU8JPOV urioonditionaliysppjoves
sppjoves sppjoveslucre
8JPOV 8JPOVl Thorn l Icrnll IK imesIttvoiy K lllvoly ltvnll not H oomhlclo tvtott tvtottmont l nsjortmont ort ortmout
mont of tlicsu 1 oliow ho hion lo bo IJ Oml1elo tied outside oltlllo o ollegnl ot otJej11 ofRegal
Regal Jej11 clonrf Ilof 11 When the ho Regal JCel11 Company Cotnpnncdrnqred Conrln Conrlncornf Companycornered
cdrnqred cornf cornered thn thl TtiiKoet TIIt leather market the1 the1botiRlit they
bought bllht up 111 nil 11 tho th choicest cblrt Ton fln stock Io Ixifonother Ixifon Iwfoteottiet fotl fotlotllr
other otllr inntiiiffl tllltnlturrrrnlaw manufacturers < turrrfl forexaw the t I present proscnrxipularlty prmento presentxmpizlorLty
rxipularlty o llarlt anti uhl their Inoomparabto Icm arahlo Inrlry Inrlrytcnlltlr tanner tannertocoflallrner nnnnry nnnnryloconsiirner
loconsiirner tcnlltlr system YitIm 1M h converted cnvprtl thu thustock tl1 th thstock
stock Illk Into a 1 line 110 of Kh6M that him II set et thi thiworld the Lhoworll theworld
world worll talking talkingThere talkIngThere talkingThere
There are W dlfffrtnt dl nrrenllllt s1lrn lile of Tan ant antfluiticlt and andTlucl endTiUOICI
fluiticlt for for men rt rid lld women tomen 100 lolother l0oIothcr other Ox Oxford 0 0for Oxford
ford for styles 1110 In Kin Kll King Calf Cal Calfskin1 Calfskin1and CnUIklr and Kln KlnPatent Kig Kigatt ICing
everywhere ovoryhre Patent att Tho price of Negate le j1 Is I 1380 lm 3t always alwayseverywhere alway alwayseverywhere
500 Oxfords Oxords Reduced 22 22Flat 225 225Flat 225Fisi
Flat Flat lat I uu iti Mllllarr Ull rUth Heel nipped Toe
600 Russet Ox Oxlords Oxordl Oxlords349
lords lords349 ordl 349 49
700 Oxford Oxord In Inall Inal inall
all al Leathers Lather 398
1000 Wing Wln WlnTpped
Tipped Tipped598 Tipped598Ychtlnsnd 598 598Tacbtln 598TacbUnl
TacbUnl Ychtlnsnd Tacbtln Shaft and Tennli Telnl TeunhIfl41p5 1 WI N G1 Ps 1
160 P PaIr tr Shoe Tree Tn FREE with Ub all al hoe Iho hoea49oroTer at
a49oroTer a49oroTerTAILORS 80 or oteo oteoTAIUJS ore oreTAILORS
TAILORS TAIUJS STRIKE CROWING CROWINGGarment GlOfINO GlOfINOGarment GROWiNGGarments
Garment It Ctnt nt to Otht Other Cities ctl Uetnc Ons Eel Pellowed Followed Eellowed
lowed by tie Ue Local Lc Union UnionNow UnionNew IJalenNow
Now New tactics tatcs were adopted aopt yesterday yesterdaby yetrdll7
by Charles Cal F Ileichers the new ne strike strikboss srike srikebo8 strikeboss
boss bo8 of tho garment garent workers workpI and it Is i no noadmitted now nowadlled nowadmitted
admitted adlled that the strike trle may mlY drag ou oumany out outmany outmany
many weeks weeksBelchers wecksRlchers weeksItolchers
Belchers Rlchers sent Int committees commites out yester yesterday yesterday eer eerday
day to find out the destination
fd dcsUolton ofgarment ofgarmentwhich olgaenta olgaentawhich oigarmentswhich
which are cut ct out and are being big sent t tother to toother toother <
other cities cites to be made mae up Ho le will wi notif notifthe noty notythe notify notifythe
the local loal unions union in every er city to which bch In Infinds he hefnds liehinds
finds fnds that these thc garments ganent are being sent sentIleichers Int IntUllchers sentIteichers
Ileichers Ullchers said ad yesterday elerdy afternoon atoroon that he hehad neha hehad
had ha found the destination destnaion of fourteen fourteencases fourten fourtenca fourteencases
cases ca of cut ct garments gannnts sent Int out of rr the city cityby cty ctyby cityby
by a firm f to be made mad up ard had hr nolfe notifiedthe notified notifiedthe
the local 10cIl union there ther to oeo eo that no work workwas workwas ork orkW88
was done on the garment1 garment1Early gamenl garmnenilEarly I
Early Ely in the week wrk there thfre was W88 a a feeling feelingamong feln feelingamong
aong among the manufacturers mnnufalurs that the theRlrlker strikers strikerswould strikerswould
would wd stampede atlpde back ba to work rk last It Wednes Wednesday Wene Weneday Wednesday ¬
day Since then nonunion tailors taloi in large Inrgomini largenwnbe largenumbers
mini numbers bent have hn been quitting quitng work in fnc fnclories flc flctoris f no notories
lories toris where they the are employed directly dirty
by the manufacturers rnanuacturlr The manufacturers manufacturershave manuactureill manuactureillhavo manufacturershave
have found also allhat that it is harder hader to get getcutters getcutcrs getcutters
cutters cutcrs than they thought the mens cloth clothing clolhIng clothIng ¬
ing country countryono season Basn being in full ful blast blt all al over the thecountry thecoutry thecountry
In vleo viewof the tltre strike bing being po8lblya posaiblys long lonlone longone
one the New Ko York Clothing Trades re Asso Association A Assoelation ¬
elation claton lias hia decided to assess 1 lie lt members membersat
at any ny time it is necessary neCry in order to tide tidethe tde tdethe tidethe
the weaker weker members mrmber over their difficulties difficultiesif difficte
if they fall fiI to meet met their obligations oblgaton The TheClothing TheClothlnft TheClothing
Clothing Cutters Culers Union it was wn learned learnedhat lered leredh learnedhas
hat h assessed each ech member in work a days dayspay daysp dayspay
pay p y I every week for several severl wek weeks to create createa croto crotoa
a strike ttrke fund fundL tundJ fundL
L J M Homhal Iomthnl who ho lute bo charge chrge of the theemploying theemploying
employing Imploing of new cutters said sd yesterday yesterdayto yeterday yeterdayto 1
that school for cutters cutterswill cutterswill
to a SUN reporter reportr tit a cuters cuterswi
will wi bo opened openMon on Tuesday TuesdayTailors TuesdayTailors rulay rulayTaior
Tailors Taior who know a little litle about cutting cuttingcould culing culingauld cultin cultincould
could learn IMr in a week wlok or two he said sid and andthen andthn an anthen
then every days work would make them themmore themror themmore
more ror ever proficient profcient This worked worke successfully eucceBsfullyin pUlfuly pUlfulyIn
in strikes slrk In other otlr cities cIU This strike how however bowIver however ¬
ever Iver long It lasts can end only In the open openshop openshop openshop
shop shopYEN shop1Er shopxElr
YEN 1Er IWILDIXO RlJI1O TRADES TRI1S Tnt IES HOARD HOARDUnions nOID nOIDUnlns nbA RD RDUnions
Unions orcnlR Orlnllr OrgnlreArresh Afresh rth and May Ia Make MakeTrouble flake flakeTrouble MakeTrouble
Trouble Nut Year YcnrTho YearTim Dr DrTho
Tho scattered cal d remnants rmnanla of time iho boards boardsof board
of buIlding buldnj trades trdt formed faned before and after afterthn aftertho afterthin
thin arbitration Irblrton agreement Igrmlnt of the Building BuildingTrades BuIldingTrades uld
Trades Tradf Employers Eplocl Association oclatlon went llt into intooperation Ito Itoopertion intooperatIon
have reunited the Building BuildingTrades BuildingTrades
operation opertion mmlr o 1 an Buidig BuidigTrdE
Trades Alliance It will have headquarters headquartersnt
TrdE lln < I wi hve hadquarters hadquartersRt
Hall Sixtyseventh street and andThird andThird
nt Peppers Hal Sitypnth etrt Rd RdTWrd
Third avenue The To officers officf are ar Pros Prenident PII PIIdent Prosdent
dent Philip Phlp VTeinseimer Wliimer of the Plumbers Plumbersnnd PlumbefllInd Plumbersand
and Ind Go OM Fitters FIUel vice Jc president prldent James JamesMcGuono Jamescuone JamesMeGuono
McGuono cuone of the Stone Cutters Cutelll secretary secretarytreasurer 6rtary 6rtarytrelUJurer secretarytreasurer
treasurer Paul Sperling of tho th Amalga Amalgamated Amalgamated Anmalgamated ¬
mated Painters and Decorators sergeant sergeantatarms sergeantatarms sergeantatarms
atarms ThomAS McCrocken of the Brother Brotherhood Brotherhood Brotherhood ¬
hood of Carpenters CarpentersThere CarpentersThere CarpentersThere
There are to be three representatives reprfl etItaties of ofeach ofIach ofeach
each body in the alliance one of whom is isto IIIto Isto
to be a business agent The business agents agentsare
are to be assigned to the t bA five city boroughs boroiigluieach boroughseach boroughseach
each business agent to he h responsible for fora fora
a certain district districtThe districtThe districtThe
The officers of the alliance say th they y will willhave willhave willhave
have something important to say in a wi wek wekor Ok Okor ek ekor
or two two wo The organization lias been bet n formed formedto
to act when next years year building pennon pennonopen flt1lonopell seasonopens
open openIttaurr opelltlUallfr opens1tttaner
Ittaurr Ventures Into Sewing Machine MachineALBAVT IUachlnlALD MachinesAwmsrr
ALBAVT ALD oT June 30 3Ols Rats and Gaunts Gauntsittaucr GauntsLittauer
ittaucr is tho president of the Metro Metroolitan MetropoUtan Metropolitan
poUtan olitan Sewing Machine Company which whichoday whichtoday whichtoday
today filed with Ith the Secretary of State Statecertificate Statea
a certificate Increasing the number of ofIrectora 01dtrectolll ofdirectors
Irectora of the company He holo hold4half hold4halfof > Ihalf Ihalff
of > f the capital stock of the company and andVilliam andWilliam andWilliam
William Lutauer threetenths of the stock stockvhich stockhleh stockwhich
which it it has hll been bf voted to increase to toi500000 toscrn
i500000 The company will establish est bl b a alant aplant aplant
plant lant at Nyack NyackPRO > ack ackC1etc
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Pt i 1ST ID 7 Hroad flroadwa1 Broaclway506 way 1106 06 Broadway iirosdwaylMJIroed iirosdwaylMJIroedwey 7MI 781JlrOlVt 781JlrOlVtwny < roAj roAjway <
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In IlrooklynMST Fulton llton StIll fit fill III Broad Broadway BroadWilY Broadway
way I003 ifrondwar Broadway 1M Fifth Avr AvrIn Af AfIn AvaIn
In Newark NewurkJS N J J all ill Broad rond Ht Htiiegal
III IIMY city 111 Newark Av AvlIellll Ave Aveliegal
iiegal storm i t for lor or women In Nine York Yorktlty Yolkitt
tlty CIt1 itt 7M Broadway f1331 IS3t Broadway Its Itsfiltth IW IWHht arHitltI
filtth Hht I Avel Ave 16M West 12th 2 th Hti Ht 1W Nassau NOMituSt Nautufit NassauSI
St 3280 Third Are flea Broadway BroadwaIn
In Brooklyn fJOO3 1003 Broadway 4M GG Fifth
Ave A 10
AvoStores 108tor18
Stores marked with a open evenings nvenlnnESTAIUShlDltEAM olIDlnpBRQKAW eveningsBR1KkVt
BRQKAW BRQKAWBROTHERS BR1KkVtBIWTHFJS
BROTHERSDtu1I5tfIDfWDIWfkamI BROTHERS
ESTAIUShlDltEAM Dtu1I5tfIDfWDIWfkamI Dtu1I5tfIDfWDIWfkamISUITS u3NmvAiarjnSUITS lULf AOflTUn AOflTUnSUITS
SUITS 12 12QIANCES 12CHANCES 12CNCES
CHANCES li lib tti ttidont tdont tLi tLirsjr
rsjr dont come often nor norlart JlorJut norlast
Jut lontf Jon when they do doOf doOE Jop
Of p die 600 Suit cmlnM cmlnMinf cmhracin
inf in mn our Broken Lot LotBargain LotBargain LotBargain
Bargain we offered the thelarger time eLelatter timelarder
larger part ye YClterdayLut YClterdayLuthave terday but buthave
have for toclay u choice choicea claoica
a lot though thou h maller smallerSacks mallerSack mallerSack
Sack and Norfolk N ortolh of Wool WoolCrash WoolCrash WoolCrash
Crash and HomespunSummer HomespunF Homespun HomespunOummer
Oummer Summer F weaves and sac weight welgntiPricef weithbPrice weightPrcc i
Price were 17 to 25 25NOW 25 25NOW 25NOW
NOW 12 12ASTORPLACEANDFOURIHAVENUE 12ASTORPLACEANDFOJRIHAVEM 12ASTOPPIACEANDFOURIIIAWNUC
ASTORPLACEANDFOURIHAVENUE ASTORPLACEANDFOURIHAVENUEDRESSER
DRESSER WANTS A1TS TO DEFEND DEFEDS DEFE DEFENDSaps D DSa
Sa Saps S i He Wag as In a Sanitarium When Srrrfil SrrrfilIn
In John W V Voiinja onncl Suit SuitSupremo SuItSupremo SuitSupreme
Supremo Court Justice Blanchard T Tsened ye yeserved re reserved ¬
served decision yesterday on tin tI tk applica application appllbatlon sppli a ation ¬
tion of Daniel LO Roy Dresser er for loav lcato lcatoopen leavJtoopen to toopen
open his default in the suit Instituted 1 6t1tut again againhim agateshim II IIblm
him by John W V Young to recover 1920100 1920100for 192eIOOfor 92100for
for the alleged conversion of certain stock atciakand 4 4and iand
and bonds of the United States Shipbuild Shipbuilding ¬
ing Company which went Into the hands haridnof hnridof
of a receiver recel ver lust year Mr Dreaser nay naythat II saysthat VII VIIthat
that he was served with the papers In tlio tlioaction the theaction timaction
action on May 14 1003 while walking walkingthrough walkingthrough alkinEthrough
through Chambers street He II wa was prod president prtOident proddent ¬
dent of the Trust Company of the Republic Republicand RepublloIInd Republicand
and also actively l1etielYlngagoo engaged In the dry good goodbiixlnenn goodbll goodsbusiness
business bll lneM but had made an assignment assignmentand
and gono into bankruptcy before the ser service erIc sorvice ¬
vice Ic lie says that the strain and worry worryof worr worrof
of if all his troubles were BO great that 1m 1mcollapsed helollaPfJd liecollapsed
collapsed and retired to a sanitarium lit litcume II IIlime 11caine
lime to New York at intervals and It itoil TCB TCBon 1 1l
on one of ills short trips tri tn the city that thatIns thAtIII thatlie
Ins was served Ho understood ho say saythat 84 84that saysthat
that the milt would not ba h pressed wliila wliilaii whllII wtiiiho
II ho ii > wan in the sanitarium but a default defaultMOH draultIll defaultvas
Ill taken Dresser had forgotten all about abouttlieeuit ahontIhollit aboutthe
tlieeuit the still until he was apprised of the thedofalllt thedofallltHo default defaultlie defaultlie
lie has now put in answer admitting tin tinreceipt th thrtOelpt thereceipt
receipt of the bonds but denies having havingconverted havingconerted havingconverted
converted thorn to his hl own use useSTATE useSTU useSTATE
STATE SEXATORS OV 1 AUTO TOUR TOLltmil TOURiiill
mil Make Summer Junket at Public Ex Expense Expmse E ¬ e epease
pease to Investigate Good Roads RoadaALRAKI RoadsAtnar
ALRAKI lJIANr June 30 3OTourlng Touring good roads roadson roadon
on Long Island and Staten Island and in inthe inthe inthe
the States J of New 2ifl Jersey Connecticut and andMaasacnusetta andMassacnulICtlll andMasSacflUsettR
Maasacnusetta in automobiles will be the theoccupation 111 111occupation thoccupatIon
occupation for a week of the tli special com committee oommlttet cornmittee ¬
mittee appointed by the Senate last winter winterto
to investigate good roads construction constructionin ontrm tjon tjonIn
in this and other States StatesThe 8tatesThe StatesThe
The automobiles will ilI be furnished by th thutonjobllo thAutomohlle the theAutoinohilo
utonjobllo Club of America Amerl 1 and some of ofPhe ofIts ofits
Its members will aooompnny me tle committee committeeThe o oTIll
TIll members of the committee are Senator Senatorlllds SenatOIflIlds SenatorsAilda
lllds Armstrong Stevens Bailey and andoley antiFolev andFoley
Foley oley and the tour will commence on July
11 1 State Engineer Van AJstyne will ac accOmpanv cccompany c corapanv
company the committee which has an anippropriatlon Rnnppropr enappropriation
nppropr appropriation ltlon of 13000 3 for Its expense expenseIf lxpEDlroItll A
If Itll It Now No ot the Bryant High Reboot RebootAIBANT 8 boolALDANY SchoolAumarr
AIBANT June 30 SOThe The State Board of ofgents ofRegents ofRegents
Regents gents has authorized the Long Island IslandBUSINESS IalandCity IslandCity
City Hlg High School to change Its name to the thllBryant theBryant
Bryant High School SchoolUSIXESS SchoolBUS1NS
BUSINESS NOTICES NOTICESFor NOTICESFor NQr1CFnearly
For nearly 100 yean yeanCRJUT earl earl1eJlJlJT earsMcBJiLT
1eJlJlJT CRJUT A LAXMXMS FLORIDA WATER WATERHas WJnUna Waneline
Has perfumed and refreshed refre hed th the world worldMr worldIIIn worldhire
IIIn Mr WIxUw Soothing Syrup for collate collateretblnf cbUd cbUdWlllIlDc cbfldteiteetuma
retblnf aonena on > n the IbeullU gums reduce IntUmmitlon IntUmmitlonU IDllammalOaataYI lnflemmsttoaallays
allays U y rutln cures rell wl wtacl Ia a colic diarrhea dlrll la < ZSc a bottle bottleMARRIED bollieMABRrED bottleMARRIED
MARRIED MARRIEDAY
DA AY LEWIS 1awhson > on On Thursday June 30 al lh lhrr the therr4dence 11 11n
rr rr4dence dence of the be brides late father la Mor Moriblown lIorrtslOwtI Mo MoriMown ¬
iblown N J by the Rev Marvin B Vlaceal Vlacealn
n D UUtabeth Dike daughter of Mr and andtin andMnt nd ndPtrs
tin Cbarlton T Lewis rew lo dive Day of Nfw NfwHaven NrwHanD w wHaven
Haven No cards cardsHOXNK CArdsDlO cardsnloNrVAr
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1004 at fit Georges GffI Church > FluAhlnf Fiushta L 1 1 1by Ib 1by
by b lh the Kev J1 v Ir I Frederick red r1k B Van 11 KlrMk KlrMkArchdeacon lCkArchdeacoa KireckArchdeacon
Archdeacon nf Westchestrr aMtetrd 1UIAI d by the theHev timeRev b bRev
Rev J Jr U I Waller aller ELI dauchtrr of Its Ih l III IIIRev hate hateRev tr trnev
Rev Robert lloyd and Eliza Male Van 1 KlerrV KlerrVtoOustaveAdolpbel ICpprkoOus14vldolpbeLeo KisrektoOustaveAdahpbeLeo
toOustaveAdolpbel o Dlonneof Dionne 01 KewVort KewVortOHUSUTHEJILAND Ntw ew Von VonrOnuSIYrmIERLANDOn ork orkIOnDstrrJllmLANDo1I
OHUSUTHEJILAND On Wednesday June V
1004 by the be Itev A II F Parker Lillian Pile PileSuUiertand OlltBulberllllld 1inuuleriand
SuUiertand daughter of Mr and lira William WilliamSulberUnd WIlilanSutherland
Sutherland 1 to Wlllardnidrr Yord al a Ibe rut ruldence rutdeere 1 1dmc
deere of 0 the brides parents Monroe N 4 Y YllCIIAnnGILilOHEAt YOnCItAnOGlLlIORE 1 1oncntnnamcuonn
llCIIAnnGILilOHEAt H Scranton ranlon Pa on onThursdaf onTburs onThurodal
Thursdaf Tburs lal < June 30 5 at the II rtaMenrn of 0 lh lhbrlOea Vms Vmsbdda hp hpbrlJe1
brlOea lather by Dlsbop W F t Pendleton PendletonCnarlea PeDdJ PeDdJCharlea PeadletisiCharles
Charles Orchard of llluburr P Pa to ELOISe ElolMGllnore ElobtGllmon ELOISeGiirnoe
Gllnore daughter of 0 A 0 Gllraore GllraoreDIED GllmoleDr GhtxnonrDIED
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